Skuodian

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Skuodian is the language of Skuodia, a small country located between Lithuania and Latvia. It is one of the three North-Slavic languages of Ill Bethisad, along with Nassian and Vozgian. It was influenced by Finnish and Lithuanian. Historically, Skuodian is the language of the remigrant Pomorian Slavs.

Skuodian was created by Pavel Iosad in 2002.

Sample translation

Simä staräji, buolenäji ji unäji viehogoda kuoluo miengekä travä vo kameneho sien subirajuonti.

Sima-LOC stare-NOM.PL.MASC.NOMIN, buolene-NOM.PL.MASC.NOMIN ji une-NOM.PL.MASC.NOMIN viehogoda kuoluo miengeke-GEN.SG.FEM trava-GEN.SG vo kami-LOC.PL sien subirati-PREs.3PL

In winter, the old, the sick and the young gather by the soft grass among the rocks.

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